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The impact of digital technologies and digitalization on labour law
Mitja Stefancic, Elizabeta Zirnstein, 2018, original scientific article

Abstract: Building on research focusing on the impact of digital technologies on the labour market, this paper provides an interpretation of major findings by reference to labour law in Slovenia. It is argued that the existing labour law in Slovenia does a reasonable job in dealing with the changes we are witnessing in digital economy. However, the problem is in the implementation of workers rights in practice. The workers are not taking action to enforce their legal rights as much as one could expect. In addition to this, employers do not put enough attention to the challenges that digitalisation brings in the field of health at work and in the field of workers% skills. Therefore, the Slovene government should embark upon a system of reforms to improve the promptness of courts in labour disputes. It should also appoint more labour inspectors. At the same time, employers should adopt practical solutions regarding the organisation of working process with aim to diminish the negative impacts of digitalisation on health at work. Furthermore, the employers should put more attention to the development of workers skills, especially those which, according to theory, will be crucial in the future.
Keywords: digital technology, technological progress, Slovene labour law, employment relations, working conditions, social security
Published: 15.01.2021; Views: 94; Downloads: 18
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Problems and perspectives of organic farming in Slovene Istria
Dane Podmenik, Simon Kerma, 2009, review article

Abstract: In Slovene Istria, natural conditions for the development of organic farming are good, though we have only witnessed the rise of organic farming over the last few years. Due to the lack of data related to organic farming in Slovene Istria, field-work was conducted in spring 2008 with some additional research in 2009. Questionnaires and interviews with organic farmers include various aspects: characteristics of their farming activities, demographic and socio-economic features, and others. The prevailing branches of organic farms in Slovene Istria are olive- growing and mixed production. We can also mention a very high educational level of farmers and positive age-structure of households on organic farms. Possible perspectives related to organic farming in the studied area have been discussed in the conclusion of the paper.
Keywords: Slovene Istria, Slovenia, rural areas, sustainable development, organic farming
Published: 26.03.2018; Views: 621; Downloads: 56
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Cohesive means in Slovenian spontaneous dialectical conversations
Danila Zuljan Kumar, 2010, original scientific article

Abstract: In the first part the article discusses the relationship between textual coherence and cohesion, then it offers a classification of cohesive means for Slovenian conversational texts. In the second part the article presents the use of cohesive means in spontaneous spoken dialectal conversations. The use of co-reference means, i.e. ellipsis of pronouns, recurrences and partial recurrences, lexical relations (synonyms, antonyms, hypernyms, hyponyms, collocations and paraphrase); ellipsis (systemic and non-systemic) and parallelism are presented in detail.
Keywords: Slovene dialects, textual cohesion, cohesive means, co-reference means, ellipsis, parallelism, dialectal conversations
Published: 02.02.2018; Views: 535; Downloads: 90
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Names in literary translation
Darja Mazi Leskovar, 2017, original scientific article

Abstract: This article presents three English translations of the Slovenian tale Martin Krpan z Vrha (1858) by Fran Levstik and focuses on the translation of personal and geographical names with the aim of examining the application of domestication and foreignization translation strategies. The comparative analysis of the English names aims to find out if the cultural gap between the source and the target cultures has been diminishing over the years. The study also highlights the role of the chronotope that gives the work, one of the most frequently translated Slovenian texts, a distinctive cultural character.
Keywords: English translations of Martin Krpan, comparative analysis of translated name, domestication and foreignization strategies, chronotope, Slovene literature, literary translation
Published: 30.11.2017; Views: 577; Downloads: 78
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´Thank you in advance´: Slovenian request emails and responses
Sara Orthaber, 2017, original scientific article

Abstract: Communication through email represents one of the most important forms of business communication, not just within a company but also externally with customers. The paper examines email interactions between the agents representing a Slovenian transport company and its customers. More specifically, the study examines specific aspects and elements of email production in a Slovenian customer service setting. It is hoped that the findings will help enhance the communication skills of learners of Slovenian as a foreign language and students of translation and increase their cultural awareness and their knowledge of technology-mediated customer service communication. Moreover, the findings could increase students' understanding of the pragmatic motivations behind interactants' linguistic choices.
Keywords: Slovene language, e-mails, email communication, institutional interaction
Published: 24.10.2017; Views: 625; Downloads: 74
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Sloglish or the mixing/switching of Slovene and English in Slovene blogs
Nada Šabec, 2009, original scientific article

Abstract: The article discusses the impact of the Internet on language use and, more specifically, analyzes the frequent mixing/switching of Slovene and English in Slovene blogs (so-called Sloglish). This new discourse type, combining elements of written and oral communication, is highly interactive in nature and allows for flexibility, variation and language innovation. On the other hand, some see it as too globalized and uniform as well as a threat to the language norm. Slovene blogs are analyzed linguistically (vocabulary, syntax, spelling, punctuation) and interpreted from the sociolinguistic and pragmatic perspectives (the issue of personal, cultural and social identities of bloggers; local vs. global).
Keywords: sociolinguistics, blogs, sloglist, code switching, Slovene language, English language, identity
Published: 30.05.2017; Views: 945; Downloads: 311
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Kako natančna je lahko transkripcija
Mira Krajnc Ivič, 2010, original scientific article

Abstract: The article attempts to show how a message of a direct dialogue gets its (illocutionary) force as the result of the interplay of linguistic, semi-linguistic and non-linguistic activities of the participant. It is also trying to show that researchers' difficulties are the consequences of his other wish to transcribe a dialog ue perfectly, because only a perfect and theoretically non-neutral transcription can be used for several different purposes.
Keywords: Slovene language, discourse, conversation, direct dialogue, transcription, prosody
Published: 29.05.2017; Views: 640; Downloads: 293
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Die Authentizität in Maja Haderlaps Roman Engel des Vergessens
Miša Glišič, 2014, original scientific article

Abstract: This article analyses the authenticity of memories in the second half of the 20th century in Carinthia. The segmentation of historical authenticity is visible in the historical reminiscence of traumatic historical events in relation to social interaction. The combination of social, political und cultural elements affects the divergent experience of individuals in determinated environment. The complexity of the novel is seen in the inner feelings, which characterization relates to emotions and the subconscious of the population. The article focuses on the female perspective as well as on the role of women in the story. The author proves with her experience of unconsciously the unsolved problematic of her own literalizing of history. The personality of the writer is shown in the examples of double literary, personal and lingual identity.
Keywords: Austrian literature, Slovene literature, literalizing of history, role of women, multiculturalism, search of identity, question of minority
Published: 18.05.2017; Views: 551; Downloads: 104
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The subject-to-subject raising rule in Slovene
Marija Golden, 1985, review article

Abstract: The aim of the present article is to present evidence in support of the claim that the rule which promotes the subject NP of the embedded subject clause to the position of the ma­ trix subject (subject raising, SSR) is a viable rule in Slo­vene transformational generative grammar.
Keywords: grammar, Slovene, English, subject
Published: 17.05.2017; Views: 485; Downloads: 60
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